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THIS PAMPHLET, issued by the Negro Commission of the National Committee of the Communist Party, U.S.A., was prepared in collaboration by the following outstanding Negro Communists:

THEODORE BASSETT
A. W. BERRY
CYRIL BRIGGS
JAMES W. FORD
HARRY HAYWOOD

PUBLISHED BY
WORKERS LIBRARY PUBLISHERS, INC.
P. O. BOX 148, STATION D, NEW YORK, N. Y. 
AUGUST, 1938
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PRINTED IN THE U.S.A




Contents

Introduction - 5
I. Japan's Real Aims in Asia - 7
II. Behind the Scenes in Japan - 11
III. Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis and the Race Myth - 17
IV. Japan and the Soviet Union - Two Policies Toward China - 21
V. The Real Liberators of China - 24
VI. The Enemy Is Fascism - 26
VII. Democracy and the Colonial Peoples - 32
VIII. The Negro's Stake in Democracy - 41
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